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Sewer line problems may seem like a surprise, but in fact, they are often the result of longstanding issues with your sewer line that have gone untreated. That’s why it’s important to invest in regular maintenance and checkups on your sewer line system, and why Your Service Pro of NC is available to provide you with effective and professional sewer line repair and replacement services.
Does your sewer line need repairing?
Detecting an issue with your sewer line is usually pretty easy due to the smell of raw, seeping sewage, soft spots in your yard, and entire house clogs. Here are some other things to watch out for.
This is the most obvious sign - if you see sewage, give us a call as soon as possible.
Has your sewage started to back up into your basement, yard, or your neighbor’s property? Then you’ve got an emergency on your hands. Call us immediately.
toilet drainage problems
If your toilet is struggling to flush as efficiently as it once did, that’s a strong indicator of issues with your sewer line.
An intact main sewer line should be airtight, meaning no odors should escape the pipes. If you start to smell something foul, however, that could mean a leak in the main sewer line. If the scent of rotten eggs and sewage starts leaking out of your drains, it’s time to call a plumber.
Lush Patches of Grass
Your lawn may be looking extra lush than usual, but it may not be a good thing. Sewage acts as a great fertilizer, and if you start to notice very green patches of grass in your lawn, it could be from a leaking sewer line.
Lawn Indentations or Low Spots
Besides lush lawns, also be on the lookout for lawn indentations. If your main sewer line is cracked, it will saturate the soil around it, eventually causing to dissipate and dip. Walk around where your sewer line is buried, if you notice any shifts in your lawn, it could be time to call a plumber.
A damaged main sewer line is more than just a plumbing nuisance; it can cause great structural damage to your home. Broken sewer lines left untreated over time can lead to cracks in your home’s foundation, a settled foundation, or even sinkholes.
Pests and Vermin
Unfortunately, a damaged main sewer line can also result in unwanted pests inside your home. Rats and insects can easily squeeze through cracks and gaps in your sewer line and find their way into your plumbing. These pests can be very harmful to your health. If you suspect you have pests in your plumbing, a plumber can conduct a visual inspection of your sewer line.
Common Fixes Don't Help
If it seems you’re constantly experiencing plumbing problems, it’s most likely an issue you can’t fix without professional help. A licensed plumber can not only detect that cause of the problem but safely repair or replace your main sewer line if needed.
Can You Avoid Sewer Line Problems?
The easiest and more effective way to prevent issues with your sewer line is to schedule regular maintenance and inspections. Many residents in Raleigh, NC just like you depend on us to alert them to potential risks and issues with their sewer lines, so why wait? Give us a call today and schedule your appointment to keep your pipes flowing.